The Wyoming Medication Donation Program (WMDP) reduces medication waste and improves prescription access for low-income Wyoming residents who lack adequate prescription coverage. The WMDP provides immediate prescription help by re-dispensing acceptable donated medications and advising on lower-cost alternatives.
The Wyoming Medication Donation Program is no longer accepting used and expired medications for disposal. However, they are still accepting unopened and non-expired medications for donation.
The Wyoming Medication Donation Program does NOT accept the following:
- Opened Medications (or broken seal)
- Expired or within 5 months of expiration
- Controlled Substances (e.g., medications for pain, anxiety, sleep, ADHD, etc.)
- Refrigerated Medicine
- Liquid/Gel Medicine
- Medical Supplies
- Insulin Syringes
- Empty Bottles
- Veterinary Medicine
- Dispose at Drug Drop Box - In Wyoming, text [county name] to (307) 370-2086 for locations. In Teton County, pill form medications only (no liquids) may be disposed of at the Teton County Sheriff's office and the Jackson Hole Police Department.
- Dispose at home - visit https://health.wyo.gov/healthcarefin/medicationdonation/ for details
- Deterra Pouches - an At-Home Drug Deactivation System available in select WY counties through the Prevention Management Organization. Visit our website for details.
Donate your medications to Teton County Public Health if BOTH criteria apply
- Sealed packaging
- In date (5+ months before expiration)
Call (307) 733-6401 if you have questions about the medication donation and disposal program.